Volunteers sought for project at mansion gardens

PUBLISHED: 13:00 29 July 2019

Ashton Court mansion, Long Ashton.Picture: AngusKirk, Flickr

Ashton Court mansion, Long Ashton.Picture: AngusKirk, Flickr

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A horticultural group is on the hunt for more volunteers to join the cause and look after Ashton Court.

Bristol Parks In The Rose Garden project seeks volunteers at Ashton Court.Picture: Bristol ParksBristol Parks In The Rose Garden project seeks volunteers at Ashton Court.Picture: Bristol Parks

Green-fingered enthusiasts are being encouraged to take part in Bristol Parks' gardening project in Long Ashton.

Volunteer co-ordinator Ella Hogg said: "I started In The Rose Garden sessions this year and I hope people can gain new skills and enhance their wellbeing while tending to gardens at the mansion.

"I hope Bristol Parks is able to build something that has a positive impact to the grounds and those involved."

Ella is working to strengthen connections within North Somerset to make volunteering 'as beneficial and successful as possible' at the manor.

Bristol Parks In The Rose Garden project seeks volunteers at Ashton Court.Picture: Bristol ParksBristol Parks In The Rose Garden project seeks volunteers at Ashton Court.Picture: Bristol Parks

Sessions are run at Ashton Court's The Courtyard Café on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am-12.30pm.

For more information, visit www.bristol.gov.uk/museums-parks-sports-culture/volunteering-in-parks


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